Slip & Fall Personal Injury Case - Demand Letter


Slip-and-fall accidents are very common, and we receive many calls from people who are injured in this way. However, simply because a fall happens in a store or restaurant does not automatically make the owner liable. There are certain legal requirements that must be met.

It can be difficult to establish liability unless the lawyer promptly does an investigation, including and especially obtaining video footage (if any) and witness statements. In this case, our client’s fall was caught on camera and it was determined to be due to a third party (beer distributor) that was stocking beer cans; the beer delivery employee dropped a case, causing a beer can to burst open and spray liquid on the slick floor. Our client’s injuries from the slip-and-fall were bad enough that she eventually required knee surgery.

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